Elizabeth Omilami

Elisabeth Williams-Omilami (born February 18, 1951) is an African-American human rights activist and an actress, a writer and a Pastor while being the voice of the less fortunate at Hosea Feed the Hungry. ... more on Wikipedia

Elizabeth Omilami Filmography

tv movie 2013 In the Meantime as Sister Faye
movie 2013 Promises as Maid
movie 2010 Provinces of Night as Cora
movie 2010 The Bill Collector as Wanda
movie 2009 The Blind Side as CPS Employee
movie 2007 Rwanda Rising as Efigenie Mukantabana
movie 2007 The List as Mama A
movie 2006 Glory Road as Mrs. Flournoy
movie 2006 Madea's Family Reunion as Aunt Clara
movie 2006 The Altar as Rochelle Harrington
movie 2006 We Are Marshall as President's Secretary
movie 2004 Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius as Camilla
movie 2004 Ray as Angry Wife
movie 2003 Runaway Jury as Potential Juror #3
movie 2002 Baby of the Family
movie 2002 Nowhere Road
tv movie 2002 The Rosa Parks Story as Boycott Woman
tv movie 2001 Boycott as MLK Passenger
tv movie 2000 The Color of Love: Jacey's Story as Kayla Alex
movie 1999 Funny Valentines as Ellen Sanders
tv movie 1999 Selma, Lord, Selma as Amelia Boynton
tv movie 1997 Flash as Mae
tv movie 1997 Perfect Crime as Mrs. Lewis
tv movie 1997 To Dance with Olivia as Eva Lynn
movie 1996 A Time to Kill as Woman Angry at Klan
movie 1996 Last Dance as Officer Mulkey
tv movie 1996 Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus #17 as Glenda Siles
tv movie 1994 Moment of Truth: Caught in the Crossfire as Myra
tv movie 1994 On Promised Land as Sally Mae
tv movie 1993 A Kiss to Die For as Maid #2
tv movie 1993 I'll Fly Away: Then and Now as Joelyn
tv movie 1993 Silent Victim as Mary
tv movie 1992 In the Line of Duty: Street War as Mrs. Williamson
tv movie 1990 Murder in Mississippi as Charlies Wife
tv movie 1990 Web of Deceit as Hospital Receptionist

Elizabeth Omilami on Youtube

Elizabeth Omilami's Chairman's Award and recognition from the December 16, 2013 Healthcare Champions Awards presented by The Fulton-DeKalb Hospital ...

Mrs. Elizabeth Omilami, CEO, of Hosea Feed The Hungry talks about the organization and the film, Brown Bread. Visit: www.brownbreadmedia.com.

Daughter of Civil Rights Icon and African American Freedom Fighter Sister Elizabeth Omilami speaks With The Rev A On Homelessness and the struggle to feed ...

46th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday march over the Edmund Pettus Bridge with Hosea Williams daughter Elizabeth Omilami.